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Porto Tram
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“single trip”(9 reviews)
“the river”(89 reviews)
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Linha 1, 18, 22, Porto, Portugal
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All reviews circular route single trip the river journey takes fun ride single ticket great fun day ticket worth doing return journey worth a trip lovely walk the atlantic ocean city tour euros per person foz driver
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Reviewed today

The three remaining tram lines in Porto are a fun way to get around the city, I personally found the number 1 route the most interesting as it runs along the river out towards the Atlantic Coast Single Zone rides are €3 each, and some...More

Thank Andrew R
Reviewed today

Another convenient way to sight see if you want to save your feet. Took the Tram 18 and this took us to the University area. You can get off at any stop anytime you want to start walking. You can purchase tickets when you get...More

Thank Chaching1197
Reviewed 4 days ago

Buy a two day pass, and jump on and off, saving your legs in the steep Porto streets. Very charming old trams. One of the lines goes along the Duoro river bank out to the old fort, with just a short stroll to the Atlantic...More

Thank b f
Reviewed 5 days ago

The Porto tram tour runs along the River Douro and gives a slow and steady view of Porto. The driver even has to get out and change the tracks with a lever to select the correct route. Trip was three Euro for the full journey

Thank John R
Reviewed 6 days ago

Tram 1 goes along river edge. 18 and 22 come from Santa Caterina down to the river edge. They run frequently and better than tackling the Porto hills on a very hot day.

Thank j25aj
Reviewed 6 days ago

Really enjoyed the tram ride, although obviously basic comfort the tram was beautifully preserved and well worth the ride which was inexpensive.

Thank Keith E
Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and I took a ride on one of Porto's trams during our vacation. Being a tram enthusiast it was a must do! We took the line 1 tram from Infante to Passeio Alegre Park in Foz, which was the complete route. We only...More

Thank thetravellingmanUk
Reviewed 1 week ago

This tram is like an old bus. One can experience this but please do not expect something out of the ordinary. It is simply fun,

Thank AviD_05749
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Brought a 2 day €10 pass, covered all three lines in one day, but still saved money! Timetable seemed a bit hit and miss... waited 50 mins, not 20 for a return No.1 tram from Foz! Wonderful old vehicles though... a really great way to...More

Thank David G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Loved it, went from Porto along the river to the coast, brilliant. Took the tram Back into city centre. Truly enjoyable experience.

Thank Bill P
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sharon r
July 7, 2018|
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Response from Kevin W | Reviewed this property |
Would say the start of the line on river side and you can switch trams near the Tram Museum - which takes you up into the old city areas
Cindy O
May 25, 2017|
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Response from Koos1958 | Reviewed this property |
Tickets are available at the tram or at Tourist office
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Mercedes E
February 27, 2017|
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Response from Hans G | Reviewed this property |
Hello, you do not need to have exact change, but it helps anyhow, you have to take it below at the San Francisco church. Have a nice time on the tram. Hans & Lucy.